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Interesting, silver-toned N.S.D.A.P.-related, commemorative-plaque entitled: 'Bleib du im ewigen Leben mein guter Kamerad' and showing an illustration of the 'Feldhernnhalle' and the dates: 9. November 1923 - 1933

This is an attractive - and with certainty not that often encountered! - silver-toned- (ie. I deem 'Buntmetall-based') N.S.D.A.P.-related, commemorative-plaque (ie. 'Erinnerungs- o. nichttragbare Plakette an den 10. Jahrestag des 9. November 1923') showing an eternal flame (with swastika) that is entitled: 'Bleib du im ewigen Leben mein guter Kamerad' and showing on its back a detailed illustration of the Münich-based 'Feldhernnhalle', a tomb of a fallen soldier and the dates: 9. November 1923 -1933 and that comes as issued and/or stored for decades. The neat - medium-sized and/or regular-weight-piece - has an approximate diameter of 4 cms. and has very pronounced detail as to be expected. It was never cleaned nor polished and has maintained a neat (truly 'frosted'- and/or minimally tarnished) silver-toned age-patina (as can be seen on the pictures). The piece - which is void of an engraved text or name ie. date - originates from a private-household in Germany where it was recently uncovered as issued and stored for decades (as can be seen on the pictures). Simply an attractive - and with certainty unusually encountered! - N.S.D.A.P.-related, commemorative-plaque (ie. 'Erinnerungs- o. nichttragbare Plakette an den 10. Jahrestag des 9. November 1923') that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55294

SOLD


Neat - and only 25 mm. sized! - miniature-lapel-pin (ie. 'Halbminiatur') depicting an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze' (or: bronze-class SA-sports'-badge) being a non-maker-marked example as executed in golden-bronze-coloured metal

This is an attractive - and only 25 mm. sized! - miniature-lapel-pin (ie. 'Halbminiatur') depicting an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze' (or: bronze-class SA-sports'-badge) being a non-maker-marked example as executed in golden-bronze-coloured metal (I deem 'Buntmetall') and that comes mounted onto its original, long-sized pin and that comes in an overall very nice- (I deem only minimally used- ie. worn-), condition. The piece is a truly detailed example that retains a very nice and just minimally tarnished age-patina: most of its original golden-bronze-toned finish is present and/or nicely preserved: the piece has just a tiny bit tarnished over the years but is totally void of any damage. Although its truly small size it shows great pronounced detail and is in fact rarer to encounter than its regular sized counterparts (the photos do not do justice to this piece: in hands it is much nicer and/or more detailed). Simply an attractive - and not that easily found! - miniature 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze'-lapel-pin that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55293

40.00 EUR


WH (Heeres): 'DAK' (ie. 'Deutsches Afrikakorps') - I deem - 'Buntmetall'-based so-called: 'pith-helmet' (eagle-) shield, being a non-maker-marked and never used example, retaining all its three, originally mounted prongs

This is an attractive WH (Heeres) tropical- (ie. 'DAK' or 'Deutsches Afrikakorps') - I deem - 'Buntmetall'-based so-called: 'pith-helmet' (eagle-) shield being a non-maker-marked and never used example, retaining all its three (originally mounted!) prongs and that comes in an overall nice- (ie. most certainly used- ie. once pith-helmet-attached-), condition. The - very detailed and/or pronounced - piece retains its three original pins which are all coming in a once bent (but nevertheless still functional), condition. The black-painted area retains almost all of its original (black-toned) colour (as can be seen on the pictures). Actually, are these genuine pith-helmet shields - having all their original and/or undamaged prongs in place - not that easily encountered: even more so when they are executed in bright and somewhat frosted, 'Buntmetall'-based metal. Simply a nice opportunity to acquire an original 'DAK' (ie. 'Afrikakorps') so-called 'pith-helmet'-shield for a competitive price!

Code: 55292

SOLD


Superb, WH (Heeres ie. Waffen-SS) 'Krim'-campaign-shield (as was produced by a - by me - unidentified maker) and that comes in a presumably issued albeit still 'virtually mint', condition

This is a truly very attractive example of a non-maker-marked, WH (Heeres ie. Waffen-SS) 'Krim'-campaign-shield as was produced by a by me unidentified maker (ie. possibly an example as was procuced by the 'Wilhelm Deumer'-company) and that comes in a probably issued albeit still 'virtually mint'- (and with certainty never tunic-attached-), condition. The shield - that comes mounted onto its original, field-grey-coloured- and typical woolen-based 'backing' - comes in a truly wonderful and/or untouched condition and was with certainty never worn nor used. It comes naturally complete with its metal-based back-plate and has all its four prongs in place: its (typical) light-greenish-toned protective backing-paper is naturally also present and in place (as can be seen on the pictures). The shield - which is minimally converse-shaped as more often - truly retains all of its original, bright-golden-coloured- and/or somewhat 'glossy' finish ie. bronze-like appearance (truly all of its period-applied 'Brennlack' is still present!) and was never cleaned nor polished: it does show some minimal storage-age caused by decades of storage only (as can be seen on the pictures). Simply a very attractive and desirable 'Heeres ie. Waffen-SS'-pattern example that was surely issued but simply never worn. It should be noted that these 'minty' examples are quite hard to come by: it will be simply impossible to upgrade this very attractive specimen!

Code: 55291

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Attractive, DJ (ie. 'Deutsches Jungvolk') arm-badge as was specifically intended for usage by a member who served within the: 'Oberbann 1' (being a 'virtually mint- ie. unissued' example that is void of an 'RzM'-etiket)

This is a neat example of a so-called: DJ (ie. 'Deutsches Jungvolk') arm-badge as was specifically intended for usage by a member who served within the: 'Oberbann 1' being a 'virtually mint- ie. unissued' example that is void of an 'RzM'-etiket and that comes in a never used- nor worn- (ie. 'virtually mint ie. unissued'-), condition. The white-coloured rune-sign - as executed on a bright-red- (ie. 'hochroter'-) coloured background and woven in the neat so-called: 'BeVo'-weave pattern as always - signified that its bearer belonged to the DJ 'Oberbann 1'. The patch shows some minimal staining ie. dust simply caused by decades of storage only. Simply a nice occasion to acquire an attractive example of a 'DJ-Oberbann 1'-armpatch that will be impossible to be upgraded!

Code: 55290

35.00 EUR


Truly worn - and carefully cap-removed! - WH (Luftwaffe) side- ie. field-cap-eagle- and cocarde-set (being both 'standard-issue'-pattern examples that are executed on a greyish-blue-coloured- and/or woolen-based background)

This is a neat WH (Luftwaffe) side- ie. field-cap- (ie. 'Schiffchen'-) eagle- and cocarde-set (ie. 'Mützenadler u. Kokarde-Satz für Schiffchen o. Einheitsfeldmütze der Luftwaffe') being both 'standard-issue'-pattern examples that are both executed on a greyish-blue-coloured- and/or woolen-based background and that come both in a truly used- ie. once cap-attached- (and carefully removed-), condition. The (matching!) set has great detail and can naturally easily be used to restore or complete any 'Luftwaffe' side-cap (or even 'M43'-type field-cap ie. 'Einheitsfeldmütze'). The eagle is very detailed in execution and is neatly executed on typical bluish-grey-coloured wool: the cap-cocarde is a 'standard-issue'-pattern, machine-embroidered example that is not 'backed' but quite thick in execution (as is more often seen). Simply a neat and desirable LW cap-eagle-set that is accordingly priced!

Code: 55289

SOLD


Neatly enamelled- (and bright-red-coloured) 'N.S.D.A.P.'-membership-pin- ie. party-badge (or: 'Parteiabzeichen') which is nicely maker-marked on its back with the makers'-designation: 'RzM' and/or: 'M1/154'

The attractive lapel-pin (ie. 'N.S.D.A.P.'-membership-pin- ie. party-badge or: 'Parteiabzeichen') - has only been minimally used ie. worn and shows a nicely preserved age-patina and has most certainly never been cleaned nor polished: it is showing some normal wear but is totally void of any (enamel-) damage (as can be seen on the pictures): just some regular wear ie. minimal scratches are noticable. The badge shows, moreover, a somewhat tarnished- (ie. minimally stained-) finish (especially on it back as can be seen from the pictures. This example - which has a bright-red-coloured- (ie. enamelled) area - comes mounted onto its regular-styled pin- ie. pin/catch-set-up which is naturally still fully functional and/or present. I deem this an attractive 'N.S.D.A.P.'-membership-pin ie. party badge (or: 'Parteiabzeichen') that is priced accordingly!

Code: 55288

120.00 EUR


Attractive - and typical zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based - 'Polizei'- (ie. police) eagle-badge being a silverish-grey-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example depicting the text: 'Landwacht'

This is an attractive example of a detailed - and typical zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based - 'Polizei'- (ie. police) eagle-badge (as was intended for usage on a field-cap) being a silverish-grey-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example depicting the text: 'Landwacht' and that comes in an overall very nice- (I deem hardly used- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-), condition. The detailed badge is executed in bright-silver-coloured zinc-based metal and shows a period-attached (and still functional) 'clip' on its back. The detail on the mininially stained (but never cleaned) piece is quite extraordinary: it just shows some minimal dust ie. tarnish simply caused by decades of storage only. In January 1942, the 'Reichsführer-SS' Heinrich Himmler in his position as: 'Chef der Deutschen Polizei im Reichsministerium des Innern' (ie. Chief of the German Police in the National Ministry of the Interior) established a new police-related service to be called: the 'Landwacht' (or: land-watch guard-troops) to be utilised in guarding prisoners of war when on work outside of the prisons ie. POW-camps but within the borders of the greater German Reich. The 'Landwacht' staff-members were outfitted with standard-pattern 'Gendarmerie' (ie. rural police) police uniforms with a distinctive identifying armband and cap-badge (such as the one on offer here). Hard to find a more attractive example for a more interesting price!

Code: 55287

Reserved


Attractive - and fully matching! - pair of WH (Heeres) officers'-type shoulderboards as piped in the darker-green- (ie. 'grüner'-) coloured branchcolour as was intended for a: 'Leutnant eines Jäger- o. Gebirgsjäger-Regiments'

The attractive - and actually in this 'virtually mint ie. unissued' condition scarcely found! - shoulderboards are typical, 'text-book'-examples of the Heeres-pattern, officers'-type 'Jäger- o. Gebirgsjäger'- (ie. mountain-troops-) related shoulderboards and have the silverish-grey- (ie. clearly 'sub-dued'-type- and somewhat darkened) 'upperdecks'. The boards were most certainly never worn nor used and came as stored for decades (as can be seen on the pictures). The boards show the desirable darker-green- (ie. 'grüner'-) coloured branchcolour (and were constructed from the 'smooth-type' wool as to be expected). The boards never had any tongues attached (they were clearly intended for usage as a pair of the 'sew-in'-pattern) and measure approximately 11,5 ie. 11,7 cms. in length each. The pair never had any pips nor numerals (ie. 'Ziffern') attached and were thus intended for a junior-officer with the rank of: 'Leutnant' (ie. lieutnant). Taking into account, the fact that this pair has the somewhat 'sub-dued'-type 'upperdecks' I deem that it was a pair that was intended to be used on a regular 'front-used'-tunic. It should be mentioned that these officers'-pattern, 'Jäger- o. Gebirgjäger'-related shoulderboards are actually quite hard to come by and can easily be graded 'fairly scarce'. The pair shows some storage-age only (as can be seen on the pictures). This attractive pair originated from a private-household in Germany where it was recently found as such. Simply a very attractive WH (Heeres) shoulderboard-pair that belonged a: 'Leutnant eines Jäger- o. Gebirgsjäger-Regiments'!

Code: 55286

140.00 EUR


Attractive - and rarely encountered! - award-grouping comprising of a so-called: 'N.S.F.K. Modellflug-Leistungsabzeichen 2. Modell in Bronze' that comes with its matching 'Halbminiatur' (both pieces bearing an award-number that reads: '0782')

This is an attractive - and with certainty very rarely encountered! - 2-pieced award-grouping comprising of an: 'N.S.F.K.'- (ie. 'National-Socialistisches Fliegerkorps'-) so-called: 'Modellflug-Leistungsabzeichen des 2. Modell in Bronze' (or: bronze-class model-airplane-badge of the second pattern) that comes with its matching miniature (ie. 'Halbminiatur') both pieces bearing an identical (and unique!) award- (ie. serial-)number that reads: '0782' and that come both in a wonderful-, minimally used- and/or fully untouched-, condition. The larger-sized badge (having an approximate diameter of 4 cms.) is executed in golden-greyish-coloured, zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink') and comes mounted onto its functional and totally unaltered (copper-based) pin- (ie. pin-/catch-) set-up. Next to its unique award- (ie. serial-) number that reads: '0782' does the badge show an (I deem) patent-pending-marking- ie. number (that reads: '261943') as can be seen on the pictures. The (neatly bright-golden-toned!) miniature (ie. 'Halbminiatur') has the same specifications as mentioned above but comes mounted onto its long-sized pin (as can be seen on the pictures). Both rare badges have never been cleaned nor polished and come as recently found. Similar examples are also pictured in the 'Heering-Hüsken lapel-pin-catalogue' wherein both are given the respective reference-numbers '4129 I' (having an estimated value of: 500 Eu) and '4129 J' (having an estimated value of: 1200 Eu!). There is not much reference-material known about these attractive 'NSFK'-related badges: I found a similar (matching) set offered for 1500 Eu (!). Simply a very attractive and matching 'NSFK Modellflug-Leistungsabzeichen 2. Modell in Bronze'-set which is I deem absolutely accordingly priced!

Code: 55285

490.00 EUR


Stunning - and actually scarcely encountered! - fully matching and/or regular-sized! - pair of chocolate-brown-coloured, WH (Luftwaffe) 'Fallschirmjäger'-winter-type gloves (or: 'Fallschirmspringer-Winterhandshuhe')

This is an awesome - and truly scarcely encountered! - fully matching and regular-sized! - pair of chocolate-brown-coloured so-called: WH (Luftwaffe) 'Fallschirmjäger'-winter-type gloves (or: 'Fallschirmspringer-Winterhandshuhe') and that comes in an overall very nice- (and - I deem - only minimal used- ie. worn-) condition. The pair comes as stated above in an overall very nice, albeit minimal used condition and shows honest ie. just minimal wear: both pieces show NO damage whatsoever. The very smooth (and truly high-quality!) fine-grain-type leather is completely souple and the pair is naturally fully functional (the pair has most certainly never been oiled nor greased or alike). These are the winter-type (ie. fur-lined) gloves having a lining of real fur and having the larger, elastic 'machettes' and three (elastic, integrated) 'bands' (as can be seen on the pictures). The pair is of a quite early (and truly high-quality) production and both pieces do show an identical (black-inked) makers- ie. date-stamp that simply reads: 'R. Ehekirchen - 1942': next to this they also show a size-stamp that reads: '10' (as can be seen on the pictures). The pair shows some (opened) stitching on both the manchettes (something that I have seen before and that was done in order for more easier wear). It should be mentioned that this is a fine - and naturally 100% original! - pair of fairly early-pattern, 'FJ'-gloves that would look awesome if added to any 'Fallschirmjäger' mannequin- (or equipment-) set-up. Simply a very nice and desirable piece of FJ equipment that is accordingly priced!

Code: 55284

1150.00 EUR


Superb - and truly rarely encountered! - 'Ehrenblattspange des Heeres' (or: army honour-roll clasp) being a very attractive 'Buntmetall'- (ie. 'Tombak'-) based example as was produced by the maker (ie. 'Hersteller') 'Otto Klein & Co.'

This is a superb - and truly very rarely encountered! - bright-golden-toned (ie. truly frosted!) so-called: 'Ehrenblattspange des Heeres' (or: army honour-roll clasp) being an attractive, typical 'Buntmetall'- (ie. 'Tombak'-) based example as was produced by the maker (ie. 'Hersteller') 'Otto Klein & Co.' and that comes in a very nice- (ie. possibly issued albeit 'virtually mint'-), condition. The very attractive piece - which is nicely 'Feuervergoldet' - is still showing its (off-factory) polished sides (ie. 'hochpolierte Kanten') as to be expected - and is (naturally) of a 'two-pieced'-construction (having a solid swastika-device mounted into a hollow-based, oak-leave wreath - as can be seen on the pictures). The neat piece retains all its four (rounded-styled) prongs and is in all respects a fully 'text-book'-example as was produced by the desirable maker (ie. 'Hersteller') 'Otto Klein & Co.' based in the town of Hanau. For presentation-purposes the piece on offer here came mounted onto its (equally minty, unconfectioned and/or 29 cms. long-sized) ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt') as found (as can clearly be seen on the pictures). Of course, do I give a life-time garuantee on its unmistaken originality (as always). Simply a superb occasion to acquire a high-class, WH (Heeres) award that is just rated in class below the Knights' Cross (ie. 'Ritterkreuz des Eisernes Kreuz'). I deem that I have priced this superb example accordingly!

Code: 55283

2400.00 EUR


Superb, 'Panzerkampfabzeichen in Silber' being a neatly maker- (ie. 'HA'-) marked- and/or typical zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based specimen as was produced by the desirable 'Hersteller' (ie. maker): 'Hermann Aurich'

This is a very attractive - albeit issued- and/or just minimally worn but nevertheless not that easily encountered! - example of a very detailed: 'Panzerkampfabzeichen in Silber' (or: silver-class panzer-assault-badge ie. PAB) being a neatly maker- (ie. 'HA'-) marked- and/or typical zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based specimen that was produced by the desirable maker: 'Hermann Aurich' based in the town of Dresden and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit issued- and/or I deem just minimally worn-), condition. The badge on offer here concerns a (I deem somewhat later-war-period) zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based specimen that retains all of its somewhat darkened, silver-coloured finish and that has maintained an attractive appearance, still showing pronounced detail as to be expected. The badge was with certainty never cleaned nor polished (and is still also a tiny bit dirty ie. stained- ie. tarnished as mentioned above). As stated above, does it deal with a so-called: 'Hermann Aurich - solid zinc'-pattern (as is uniquely numbered with the reference-number: '1.8.1.' according to the excellent reference-work entitled: 'The Panzer-Assault badge of WWII' by my Belgian friend Philippe de Bock). The neat piece naturally shows all the details as to be expected for a badge by this particular maker. The badge was recently found at a private-household in Germany and was never before in collectors-hands. Simply a nice and honest silvver-class, so-called: 'Hermann Aurich'-pattern PAB that comes in an overall very nice, albeit minimally used and/or worn, condition!

Code: 55282

SOLD


Attractive, WH (Luftwaffe) 'Flakkampfabzeichen' being a detailed 'Buntmetall'-based and (unusually seen!) non-maker-marked example as was produced by the: 'C.E. Juncker'-company and that comes as moderately worn

This is an attractive - and I deem early ie. mid-war-period - 'Buntmetall'-based and (unusually seen!) non-maker-marked so-called: WH (Luftwaffe) 'Flakkampf-Abzeichen' (or: LW anti-aircraft war-badge) as was produced by the desirable: 'C.E. Juncker'-company and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit clearly issued- and/or moderately worn- ie. used-), condition. The attractive badge - which as stated has been only moderately worn - comes naturally mounted onto its functional pin and original (ie. fully unaltered, copper-toned) catch (ie. catch-set-up) (as can be seen on the pictures). This example has a greyish-silver-coloured- and separately attached 'eagle-device' in place (as always by badges by this maker) and shows nice and/or pronounced detail overall. The badge has a superb age-patina and retains most of its original (somewhat 'blackened'-) and/or typical Buntmetall-based finish: it is just a bit dirty but has most certainly never been cleaned nor polished. As stated above, is the piece a neat (and unusually!) non-maker-marked specimen that was with certainty produced by the desirable maker: 'C.E. Juncker' based in the town of Berlin. This particlar war-badge originated from a private-household in Germany and was never before part of a collection. Simply a truly very attractive and totally untouched Luftwaffe 'Flakkampfabzeichen' by the desirable 'C.E. Juncker'-company and that that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55281

SOLD


Truly worn 'HJ'- ('Hitlerjugend') ie. 'BDM'- ('Bund Deutscher Mädel') related: 'Reichsberufswettkampf-Siegerabzeichen' (of the 2nd model) entitled: 'Kreissieger 1939' and being a neatly maker- (ie.: 'Hermann Aurich'-) marked example

This is an attractive - and actually not that easily encountered! - 'HJ'- ('Hitlerjugend') ie. 'BDM'- ('Bund Deutscher Mädel') related, so-called: 'Reichsberufswettkampf-Siegerabzeichen' being a high-quality (ie. 'Buntmetall'-) based award (of the 2nd model) bearing the text: 'Kreissieger 1939' and that comes in an overall nice- (albeit moderately worn- ie. used-), condition. The attractive badge is (as stated above) executed in high-quality, copper-toned metal (ie. 'Buntmetall') and is nicely maker-marked on its back with the makers'-designation: 'Hermann Aurich - Dresden' (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge comes in a moderately used- ie. worn condition and does show some (minimal) 'enamel-cracking' as is visible in the bottom-area of the beige-white coloured 'field' (as can be seen on the pictures). It is furthermore just a tiny bit tarnished ie. dusty and/or stained simply caused by normal age (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge comes naturally mounted on its (fully functional- and unaltered-) catch and/or functional pin- (ie. catch) attachment. The badge has still a very nice appearance and has never been cleaned nor polished. Simply an attractive 'youth-related'-award that is priced according to its minimally 'damaged' ie. truly worn condition!

Code: 55280

195.00 EUR


Neat - and aluminium-based - WH (Heeres) related visor-cap-cocarde (ie. 'Schirmmützenkokarde für Uffz. u. Mannschaften des Heeres) being a very nice example that comes in a 'virtually mint' and/or never cap-attached, condition

This is an attractive WH (Heeres) related visor-cap-cocarde ie. wreath (ie. 'Schirmmützenkokarde für Unteroffiziere u. Mannschaften des Heeres') being a detailed example as was executed in 'molded-styled' aluminium and that comes in an overall very nice- (ie. simply never worn- nor cap-attached- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-, condition. The attractive piece shows a makers-designation (that reads: '2') on its back and shows a: 'Ges.Gesch.'-patent-pending designation on its back (as can be seen on the pictures). It has truly great pronounced detail and retains all of its four golden-bronze-toned pins ie. prongs (as can be seen on the pictures). The minimally converse-shaped wreath shows a nicely preserved (firmly attached) 'inner-cocarde' (as can be seen on the pictures). This neat visor-cap-insignia-piece originates from a private-household where it was recently found. Simply a nice Heeres-related item that can be easily used to restore or complete a Heeres-visor-cap: I deem that I have priced it accordingly!

Code: 55279

SOLD


Attractive - and typical zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based - 'Polizei'- (ie. police) eagle-badge being a silverish-grey-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example depicting the text: 'Landwacht'

This is an attractive example of a detailed - and typical zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based - 'Polizei'- (ie. police) eagle-badge (as was intended for usage on a field-cap) being a silverish-grey-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example depicting the text: 'Landwacht' and that comes in an overall very nice- (I deem hardly used- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-), condition. The detailed badge is executed in bright-silver-coloured zinc-based metal and shows a period-attached (and still functional) 'clip' on its back. The detail on the mininially stained (but never cleaned) piece is quite extraordinary: it just shows some minimal dust ie. tarnish simply caused by decades of storage only. In January 1942, the 'Reichsführer-SS' Heinrich Himmler in his position as: 'Chef der Deutschen Polizei im Reichsministerium des Innern' (ie. Chief of the German Police in the National Ministry of the Interior) established a new police-related service to be called: the 'Landwacht' (or: land-watch guard-troops) to be utilised in guarding prisoners of war when on work outside of the prisons ie. POW-camps but within the borders of the greater German Reich. The 'Landwacht' staff-members were outfitted with standard-pattern 'Gendarmerie' (ie. rural police) police uniforms with a distinctive identifying armband and cap-badge (such as the one on offer here). Hard to find a more attractive example for a more interesting price!

Code: 55278

SOLD


Attractive, WH (Kriegsmarine) 'Marine-Artillerie-Abzeichen' being a typical non-maker-marked- and/or zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based example as was (presumably) produced by the: 'Steinhauer u. Lück'-company

This is an attractive example of an - I deem - later-war-period WH (Kriegsmarine) 'Marine-Artillerie-Abzeichen' (or: coastal-artillery war-badge) being a typical non-maker-marked- and/or zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based example as was (presumably) produced by the: 'Steinhauer u. Lück'-company as based in the town of Lüdenscheid and that comes in an overall nice- (albeit moderately used- ie. worn-), condition. The award retains its typical catch- and/or 'crimped' hinge (-set-up) and comes naturally mounted onto its typical (steel-based- and/or thin-shaped-) pin: it also has a typical ('S.& L.'-type-) hinge- and/or catch in place as to be expected: these are both not altered nor damaged and of course fully functional. The badge - which still has maintained pronounced detail - has never been cleaned nor polished but has regrettably some (ie. most) of its (golden-toned) finish that has just 'faded away' ie. 'migriert' over the years as is more often the case (as can be seen on the pictures).). I deem that I have priced this by the: 'Steinhauer u. Lück'-produced- and completely untouched 'Küstenartillerie'-related-award, accordingly!

Code: 55277

195.00 EUR


Superb - and actually fairly scarcely encountered! - so-called: 'Deutsches Reiterabzeichen der 3. Klasse (ie. 'in Bronze') being a maker- (ie. 'L.Chr. Lauer'-) marked example that comes in a minimally worn condition

This is a very attractive - and actually not that easily encountered! - Third Reich-period, so-called: 'Deutsches Reiterabzeichen der 3. Klasse (ie. 'in Bronze') being a neatly maker- (ie. 'L.Chr. Lauer'-) marked example that comes in an overall very nice- (and I deem only minimally used ie. hardly worn-), condition. The neat - and detailed - award comes mounted onto its functional (and totally unaltered!) pin and/or catch(set-up). It is a somewhat darker but nicely golden-bronze-coloured and/or pronounced specimen as was produced by the: 'L.Chr. Lauer' company as based in Nürnberg and/or Berlin (something that is of course also clearly shown on the back of the badge). The badge also shows a patent-pending-designation (that reads: 'Gesetzlich Geschützt' as can be seen of the pictures). The badge retains all of its bronze-toned finish and was only moderately worn (but was certainly never cleaned nor polished). The piece is naturally a Third Reich- ie. WWII-era badge and not a 1957-version (something that is easily noticed by the presence of the capital 'R'-character as visible on the bottom of the badge). Simply a very attractive example of this fairly scarcely encountered and decorative award that is accordingly priced!

Code: 55276

SOLD


Luxuriously-styled, WWI-pattern, silver-class wound-badge (ie.: 'Verwundeten Abz. in Silber') being a very detailed example of the so-called: 'Durchbrochener'-pattern (as was presumably produced by the desirable maker ie. 'Hersteller': 'Godet')

his is a truly attractive - and actually very detailed! - example of a WWI-period, silver-class wound-badge (ie. 'Verwundeten-Abzeichen in Silber') being a moderately used example of the so-called: 'Durchbrochener'-pattern as was presumably produced by the desirable maker (ie. 'Hersteller'): 'Godet - Berlin' and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit moderately used- and/or worn-), condition. The (non-magnetic- and I deem Buntmetall-based) badge - which is an unmarked version as is always encountered with this type of WBs - shows only moderate wear and/or age and retains all of its silver-toned- and somwhat shiny finish (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge - which comes naturally mounted onto its functional, regular-sized- (and copper-toned, thin-shaped) pin and that has an undamaged and/or: functional catch - still retains extraordinary and/or pronounced detail (as can be seen on the pictures). The piece originates from a private-household in Germany and was never before in collectors'-hands. Simply an attractive and original 'Durchbrochenes' silver-class specimen that is I deem accordingly priced!

Code: 55275

SOLD


Unusually maker- (ie. 'K' (?)- marked example of a black-class wound-badge (or: 'Verwundeten-Abzeichen in Schwarz') being an example that was produced by a by me unidentified maker (ie. 'Hersteller')

The attractive black-class WB does show only minimal wear and/or aging but truly retains most (ie. all!) of its original, black-coloured- and/or somewhat 'matted'- (ie. satin-like) finish: it only shows minimal wear and was simply nicely preserved over the years. The wound-badge is as stated a maker-marked specimen that shows a (tiny) and I deem 'K'-character (as can be seen on the pictures) that regrettably could not be (by me) attributed to a specific maker. Of course, are the (regular- ie. thin-shaped- and non-magnetic) pin and/or: (typical) catch (-set-up) fully functional and of course present. This interesting piece has never been cleaned nor polished: it shows some minimal dust and/or minimal staining as to be expected.

Code: 55274

Reserved


Luxuriously-styled, 'Verwundeten-Abzeichen in Silber' being a non-maker-marked, 'Buntmetall'-based example that comes stored in its period 'LDO'-styled box ie. etui

The attractive - and truly fairly luxuriously styled! - silver-class wound-badge (or: 'Verwundeten-Abzeichen in Silber') is executed in neat and/or somewhat tarnished, so-called: 'Buntmetall' and does show some moderate usage and/or wear (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge - which is a non-magnetic example as more often - comes naturally mounted onto its fully functional (tin-shaped- and totally unaltered) pin (which is of course fully functional) and comes mounted onto its functional and pristine catch (ie. catch-set-up). The badge is most certainly never cleaned and retains a fair bit (ie. most) of its silver-toned finish and shows some obvious tarnish ie. staining (it has, however, I deem never been cleaned nor polished though). It is - as stated above - a non-maker-marked example that is unmistaken an early-period- (and quality-procuded!) specimen. The piece came stored in its typical, 'generic' LDO-styled- (and equally LDO-marked!) carton-based- and/or bordeaux-red-coloured box ie. etui which shows a bordeaux-red-coloured- and/or 'velvet-based interior-section' (which does show some age and/or staining but that is void of any (real) damage or alike as can be noticed on the pictures). Simply an attractive - and with certainty desirable! - fairly luxuriously-styled, silver-class WB that comes stored in its period 'LDO'-styled box ie. etui and that is accordingly priced!

Code: 55273

SOLD


Neat - and aluminium-based - WH (Luftwaffe) related visor-cap-cocarde (ie. 'Schirmmützenkokarde für Uffz. u. Mannschaften der Luftwaffe) being a very nice example that comes in a virtually mint- ie. unissued and/or never cap-attached, condition

This is an attractive WH (Luftwaffe) related visor-cap-cocarde ie. wreath (ie. 'Schirmmützenkokarde für Unteroffiziere u. Mannschaften der Luftwaffe') being a detailed example as was executed in 'molded-styled' aluminium and that comes in an overall very nice- (ie. simply never worn- nor cap-attached- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-, condition. The attractive - and as more often non-maker-marked - piece has truly great pronounced detail and naturally retains both its golden-bronze-toned (and never bent!) pins ie. prongs (as can be seen on the pictures). The minimally converse-shaped wreath - which is totally void of a makers'-designation - shows a nicely preserved (black-and-red-painted) 'inner-cocarde' (as can be seen on the picture). This neat visor-cap-insignia-piece originates from a private-household where it was recently found. Simply a nice Luftwaffe-related item that can be easily used to restore or complete a LW-visor-cap: I deem that I have priced it accordingly!

Code: 55272

SOLD


Attractive - and I deem mid- (ie. later-)war-period - zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based version of a WH (Luftwaffe) 'Fallschirmschützen-Abzeichen' (being a maker-marked, 'Type B'-pattern example as was produced by the 'G.H. Osang'-company)

This is a truly attractive - albeit clearly worn and I deem mid- (ie. later-) war-period - zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based version of a WH (Luftwaffe) 'Fallschirmschützen-Abzeichen' (or: paratroopers-war-badge) being a maker-marked example that was produced by the desirable maker (ie. 'Hersteller') named: 'G.H. Osang - Dresden' having a 'loose' (ie. firmly riveted) golden-coloured eagle-device originally attached and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit moderately used- ie. worn-), condition. The neat and detailed badge - which as stated above has been moderately worn - comes naturally mounted onto its functional pin- and/or functional (unaltered) catch (ie. catch set-up). These mid- (ie. later-) war-period badges show a 'loose' and/or detailed golden-coloured eagle-device attached (by means of two rivets as is visible on the back of the badge). These 'Type B'-pattern zinc-based badges - having a brass-coating - show, however, nice and/or pronounced detail overall. The badge has lost most of its period golden-coloured finish (actually mainly still visible on its back) and shows a somewhat tarnished age-patina as is more often encountered. The badge shows a clearly impressed makers'-designation on its back as to be expected and can with certainty be attributed to the maker: 'G.H. Osang' based in Dresden: the specific details on this badge fully corroborate this. The piece is still somewhat stained ie. dirty but has never been cleaned. A similar example is also described in the excellent reference-book entitled: 'The German Luftwaffe & Heer Paratrooper Badges of World War II - 1936-1945' by Thomas M. Durante wherein this particular pattern is given the unique reference-designation: 'G.H. Osang - Type B'-variant. Simply a very nice - and garuanteed original! - zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based 'G.H. Osang'-version of this desirable Luftwaffe-war-badge!

Code: 55271

Reserved


Moderately worn- and/or used 'Reichssportabzeichen DRL in Bronze' (or: DRL sports'-badge in bronze), being an example that is nicely maker- (ie. 'Wernstein - Jena'-) marked on its back

The attractive DRL-sports'-badge is of the version with swastika and retains most of its (fairly darkened- and/or typical bronze-coloured) finish. As stated above, is the badge nicely maker-marked: 'Wernstein/Jena' and bears the: 'DRGM'-text and/or number on its back as is usually encountered. The sports-badge - which has a fully functional and unaltered pin- and/or pin-catch set-up in place - was I deem never cleaned nor polished and retains a somewhat stained (ie. minimally tarnished) age-patina (as can be seen on the pictures). Simply an attractive albeit clearly used- and/or worn example that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55270

30.00 EUR


Attractive - and actually not that easily encountered! - aluminium-based 'DRB'- (ie. 'Deutscher Reichsbahn'- ie. 'Bahnschutz-Polizei'-) related visor-cap-cocarde (ie. 'Schirmmützenkokarde für Uffz. u. Mannschaften des Bahnschutzpolizei')

This is an attractive - and actually not that easily encountered! - so-called: 'DRB'- (ie. 'Deutscher Reichsbahn'- ie. 'Bahnschutz-Polizei'-) related visor-cap-cocarde ie. wreath (ie. 'Schirmmützenkokarde für Unteroffiziere u. Mannschaften des Bahnschutzpolizei') being a detailed example as was executed in 'molded-styled' aluminium and that comes in an overall very nice- (ie. simply never worn- nor cap-attached- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-, condition. The attractive - and non-maker-marked - piece has truly great pronounced detail and naturally retains all (four) of its silver-toned (and never bent!) pins ie. prongs (as can be seen on the pictures). The wreath - which does show a clearly present: 'Ges.Gesch.'-patent-pending-designation on its back - comes with a (loose- ie. non-affixed) 'inner-cocarde' (that also retains both its prongs). This attractive visor-cap-insignia-piece originates from a private-household where it was recently found. Simply a nice and attractive 'Bahnschutz-Polizei'-related item that is actually not that often encountered: I deem that I have priced it accordingly!

Code: 55269

SOLD


Romanian medal: 'Kreuzzug gegen den Kommunismus' (or in Romanian language: 'Medalia - Crusiada Impotriva Communismului') that comes mounted on its original (albeit minimally shortened- ie. cut-) ribbon as issued and/or worn

These attractive Romanian medals - which were issued in order to commemorate the crusade against communism (or: 'Kreuzzug gegen den Kommunismus') were instituted on 1st April 1942 and are often found among German medal-groups since it was liberally bestowed on Romania's allies. The medal on offer here is a very detailed example and has a neat - albeit minimally tarnished - age-patina: it comes mounted onto its original (folded-, minimally shortene ie. neatly pre-confectioned) ribbon as issued and possibly worn. Simply a neat medal from one of Germany's allies that originates from a German private-household and that was with certainty awarded to a German soldier or NCO: hard to find a more nicely preserved example for a more interesting price!

Code: 55268

Reserved


Attractive - and not that easily found! - 'Deutsches Fahrer-Abzeichen' (ie. 'in Silber') being a maker- (ie. 'L.Chr. Lauer' -) marked example that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit I deem issued- and/or moderately used ie. worn-), condition

This is an attractive - and actually not that easily encountered! - WWII-period, so-called: 'Deutsches Fahrerabzeichen' (ie. 'in Silber') being a neatly maker- (ie. 'L.Chr. Lauer' -) marked example as executed in silver-toned metal (ie. 'Buntmetall') and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit most certainly issued- and/or moderately used ie. worn-), condition. The neat - and very detailed award - which comes mounted onto its functional pin- and/or catch (-set-up) - is a superb silver-coloured- and/or pronounced specimen as was produced by the: 'L.Chr. Lauer'-company as was based in the towns Nürnberg and/or Berlin (something that is of course clearly shown on the back of the badge). The badge also shows a patent-pending-designation (that reads: 'Gesetzlich Geschützt') as can be clearly seen on the pictures. The badge truly retains all of its somewhat darkened silver-toned- (ie. minimally tarnished-) finish and is - I deem - only moderately worn (but was I deem never cleaned nor polished). The piece is naturally a WWII-era badge and not a 1957-version (something that is easily noticed by the presence of the capital 'R'-character as is visible on the bottom of the badge). Simply an attractive example of this fairly scarcely encountered and/or very decorative award that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55267

SOLD


Air-raid-warden service-medal second-class (or: 'Luftschutz-Ehrenzeichen 2. Stufe') being a non-maker- marked- and/or typical 'regular-weight'-example as was executed in (somewhat tarnished) greyish-silver-toned zinc (ie. 'Feinzink')

The neat, typical 'regular-weight'-award comes mounted onto its regular-sized- (minimally confectioned- and/or pre-folded- ie. approximately 19 cms. sized-) ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt') and comes in an overall very nice- (albeit issued- and/or - I deem - just moderately worn-) condition. The medal - that is void of a stamped makers'-designation in its (aluminium-based) ring as more often - is just moderately used ie. eventually worn. Both award and ribbon do show some minimal age ie. staining simply caused by decades of storage but do retain great pronounced detail without showing any defaults whatsoever. Simply an attractive - and just moderately used! - example of this air-raid-warden service-medal second-class (or: 'Luftschutz-Ehrenzeichen 2. Stufe') that will be truly hard to be upgraded!

Code: 55266

85.00 EUR


Superb, WH (Luftwaffe) 'Fliegerschützen-Abzeichen mit Blitzbündel' being a clearly maker- (ie. 'Wilh. Deumer'-) marked and typically zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based example that comes as issued and/or moderately worn

The attractive - and I deem - mid-war-period pattern- and/or truly very detailed! - war-badge ie. 'Fliegerschützen-Abzeichen mit Blitzbündel' (or: air-gunners-badge with lightning bolts) has only moderately been worn and comes naturally mounted onto its fully functional (and fully unaltered!) pin- and/or: original (ie. fully unaltered- and/or typical 'Deumer'-type-) catch and/or pin- (ie. barrel-shaped-) set-up). This example - which has been only moderately used and/or worn - shows very nice and/or pronounced detail overall and was clearly worn as such. The neat badge has a nice age-patina and retains most of its original, typical silverish- (ie. bluish-) coloured and/or somewhat 'tarnished' finish: it is just a tiny bit dirty ie. stained (but has not been cleaned ie. polished over the years as can be seen on the pictures). As stated above, is the badge a neatly maker- (ie. 'Wilhelm Deumer - Lüdenscheid'-) marked example that is presumably a mid-war-produced war-badge that was produced by the desirable maker: 'Wilhelm Deumer' as was based in the town of Lüdenscheid. The piece - which shows two totally unaltered and functional rivets - originates from a private-household in Germany and was never before in collectors'-hands. These attractive 'Fliegerschützen-Abzeichen mit Blitzbündel'-awards can easily be graded: 'fairly scarce'!

Code: 55265

Reserved


Superb, 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or: silver-class infantry assault badge ie. IAB) being a detailed albeit unmarked example as executed in (shiny!) zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink') as produced by the: 'Steinhauer & Lück'-company

This is a truly very attractive - and I deem only minimally used and/or worn - example of an: 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or: silver-class infantry assault badge ie. IAB) being an unmarked 'solid-back' example as was executed in (typical bright and silverish-toned) zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink') and that was produced by the: 'Steinhauer & Lück'- (ie. 'S.& L.'-) company as based in town of Lüdenscheid and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit - I deem - just minimally used- and/or worn-), condition. This example is a non-maker-marked award as more often encountered: it has a 'typical' so-called: 'long-barrel'-pattern pin-set-up and shows an elongated hinge set-up (as is more often seen on IABs as produced by the: 'S.& L.'-company). The badge seems to be totally uncleaned and has still a very attractive and/or only minimally 'tarnished' age-patina: most of its (bright and shiny!) period-applied finish has been nicely preserved (as is not always the case). The pin and/or catch (ie. set-up-) are of course fully functional and present. The piece - which originates from a private-household in Germany where it was recently found - shows some minimal wear and/or staining but was with certainty never cleaned. Simply a nice - and honest! - 'Feinzink'-based silver-class IAB that was produced by the: 'Steinhauer & Lück'-company and that is I deem accordingly priced!

Code: 55264

SOLD


WH (Heeres- ie. Waffen-SS) so-called: 'Kraftfahrbewährungs-Abzeichen in Silber' (or: silver-class drivers' proficiency-badge) that comes mounted onto its piece of (officers'-type!) wool as most certainly issued- and/or moderately worn, condition

The neat - and most certainly very detailed! - arm-badge retains only one of its (copper-based) prongs (one is regrettably missing) and also retains its period, metal-based 'back-plate' in place as is more often encountered: it was never cleaned and truly retains most (ie. all!) of its somewhat shiny (ie. 'Brennlack'-like) surface (as can be seen on the pictures). As stated above, was this nicely pronounced badge clearly issued and moderately worn: it came period-mounted onto a (field-grey-coloured) piece of so-called: officers'-type wool and retains truly all of its neat, silverish-toned- (albeit minimally tarnished) finish. The piece is, however, void of a 'backing-paper' (as more often) and came from a private-household and was never before part of a collection. Simply an attractive example of a WH (Heeres- ie. Waffen-SS) so-called: 'Kraftfahrbewährungs-Abzeichen in Silber'!

Code: 55263

45.00 EUR


Attractive, medium-sized N.S.D.A.P.-related so-called: 'Fahrradfahne' (being fabricated in typical, linnen-based- and/or printed fabric) and that comes in an overall nice, albeit moderately used, condition)

This an attractive - and not that easily found! - example of medium-sized, N.S.D.A.P.-related so-called: 'Fahrradfahne' (ie. bicycle-flag) being fabricated in typical, linnen-based- and/or printed fabric that measures from point to end approximately 26,5 cms. and that comes in an overall very nice- (I deem just moderately used-), condition. The piece on offer here comes in a moderately used condition: it truly retains bright- and/or vivid colours and is of the 'double-sided'-pattern (showing on either side a printed swastika as can be seen on te pictures). The interesting piece is totally void of an ink-stamp (ie. 'Dienstsiegel') as more often and does show some minimal usage- ie. wear-marks. Both copper-based 'attachment-rings' are still present and in place (as can be noticed on the pictures). Simply an attractive TR-period N.S.D.A.P.-related 'Fahrradfahne' that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55262

Reserved


Superb, WH (Luftwaffe) 'Flugzeugführer-Abzeichen' (or: pilots'-badge) being a neatly maker- (ie. 'GWL'-) marked- and/or: zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based 'micro-clover'-example as was produced by the maker: 'Gebrüder Wegerhoff'

The - with certainty somewhat later-war-period- but nevertheless truly very detailed! - WH (Luftwaffe) 'Flugzeugführer-Abzeichen' (or: pilots'-war-badge) has only moderately been worn and comes naturally mounted onto its fully functional (and fully unaltered!) pin- and/or functional catch (ie. typical catch-set-up). The award shows a 'separately'- (and/or very detailed!) silverish-grey-coloured eagle-device attached (by means of two firmly attached- (and unaltered) rivets (as is visible on the back). The badge truly retains most of its period finish but does show a minimally tarnished- (ie. typical zinc-like-) age-patina as is more often encountered on these quality-produced Luftwaffe war-badges. The badge shows a clearly present makers'-designation on its back (something that is normal with these by 'GWL'-produced war-badges) and is in all respects an example that can be attributed to the desirable maker: 'Gebrüder Wegerhoff' as based in the town of Lüdenscheid: the award - which is also known in the colllectors-commmunity as the 'GWL micro clover'-pattern shows naturally all the specific details as known for a genuine badge by this particular maker. The piece is just minimally stained ie. dirty but has never been cleaned: the bright silver-coloured wreath and/or somewhat darker-coloured eagle-device both retain a very nice albeit minimally tarnished appearance. This particular - and fully untouched! - badge was recently found at a private German household and was never before in collectors'-hands. It should be noted that these attractive 'micro clover'-pattern, LW-'Flugzeugführer-Abzeichen' by the GWL-company can easily be graded: 'scarce' and are not that easily encountered: I deem that I have priced this attractive and nicely preserved piece accordingly!

Code: 55261

SOLD


Superb - and I deem early- (ie. mid-war-) period example of an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze', being a nicely (and unusually!) maker- (ie. 'Petz u. Lorenz - Reichenbach'-) marked example that comes in an overall nice condition

The truly attractive - and I deem early- (ie. mid-war-period-) - SA-sports-badge is as stated above nicely maker-marked on its back with the (very unusually seen!) makers'-designation that reads: 'Petz u. Lorenz' as based in the town of Reichenbach and also bears the usually encountered inscription: 'Eigentum d. Obersten SA-Führung' (as is visible on the back of the sword as more often). The attractive badge - which comes naturally mounted onto its functional- and unaltered pin- (ie. catch-) set-up - only shows some minor wear but was I deem not cleaned nor polished: the original- and/or (almost golden-coloured- and/or: bronze-toned-) finish is almost fully present and/or neatly preserved: the piece still retains most of it lacquered finish (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge is just a tiny bit stained ie. dirty caused by moderate wear and/or decades of storage. Simply an attractive and I deem fairly early- ie. mid-war-period example by a very unusual maker that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55260

SOLD


Superb, WH (Luftwaffe) 'Fliegerschützen-Abzeichen ohne Blitzbündel' being a maker- (ie. 'Wilh. Deumer'-) marked and typically zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based example that comes as issued and/or moderately worn

The attractive - and I deem - mid-war-period pattern- and/or truly very detailed! - war-badge ie. 'Fliegerschützen-Abzeichen ohne Blitzbündel' (or: air-gunners-badge without lightning bolts) has only moderately been worn and comes naturally mounted onto its fully functional (and fully unaltered!) pin- and/or: original (ie. fully unaltered- and/or typical 'Deumer'-type-) catch and/or pin- (ie. barrel-shaped-) set-up). This example - which has been only moderately used and/or worn - shows very nice and/or pronounced detail overall and was clearly worn as such. The neat badge has a nice age-patina and retains most of its original, typical silverish- (ie. bluish-) coloured and/or somewhat 'tarnished' finish: it is just a tiny bit dirty ie. stained (but has not been cleaned ie. polished over the years as can be seen on the pictures). As stated above, is the badge a neatly maker- (ie. 'Wilhelm Deumer - Lüdenscheid'-) marked example that is presumably a mid-war-produced war-badge that was produced by the desirable maker: 'Wilhelm Deumer' as was based in the town of Lüdenscheid. The piece - which shows two totally unaltered and functional rivets - originates from a private-household in Germany and was never before in collectors'-hands. I deem that this piece is an example that was as such produced WITHOUT a 'Blitzbündel' and not example that came with such details and that was period-altered (as was quite often seen). These attractive 'Fliegerschützen-Abzeichen ohne Blitzbündel'-awards can easily be graded: 'fairly scarce'!

Code: 55259

SOLD


Later-war-period, silverish-grey-coloured- (and/or: zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based) (political-style) visor- (ie. 'Schirmmützen'-) cap-eagle being a detailed example that is neatly: 'RzM' and/or 'M1/111' marked on its back

This is an attractive - and quite detailed! - silverish-grey-coloured- and/or typical zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based, (political-style) visor- (ie. 'Schirmmützen'-) cap-eagle being a detailed example that is neatly: 'RzM' and/or: 'M1/111' marked on its back and that comes in an overall very nice- (ie. never worn- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-), condition. These cap-eagles were intended for usage on the visor-caps (ie. 'Schirmmützen') of one of the national-socialistic- (ie. party related-) organisations. The eagle has truly great pronounced detail and naturally retains all three, copper-toned pins ie. prongs in place (which were never bent and which are of course still functional). On its back, the eagle is nicely marked with the makers'-designation: 'RzM' and/or: 'M1/111' as stated above. The piece - which is right-facing and that is having an approximate wing-span of 5,8 cms. - has most certainly never been cleaned nor polished: it is just a tiny bit stained- ie. tarnished (as can be seen on the pictures). Of additional interest is, moreover, the fact that these eagles were occasionally also seen worn by Waffen-SS members. Simply an attractive and detailed 'party-style' visor-cap eagle: it will be very hard to upgrade this attractive, later-war-period example!

Code: 55258

65.00 EUR


Attractive - and scarcely found! - 'Reichssportabzeichen DRL in Bronze' (or: DRL sports'-badge in bronze), being an example that is nicely maker- (ie. 'Ernst Schneider'-) marked on its back

The attractive DRL-sports'-badge is of the version with swastika and retains all of its (fairly darkened- and/or typical bronze-coloured) finish. As stated above, is the badge nicely maker-marked: 'Ernst Schneider - Lüdenscheid' (being a truly unusally found maker ie. 'Hersteller'!) and that is void of the normally seen 'DRGM'-text and/or number on its back as is most times encountered on these DRL-sports-badges. The sports-badge - which has a fully functional and totally unaltered pin- and/or pin-catch set-up in place - was I deem never cleaned nor polished and retains a somewhat stained (ie. minimally tarnished) age-patina (as can be seen on the pictures). Simply an attractive example by an unusually found maker ie. 'Hersteller' and that is with certainty accordingly priced!

Code: 55257

55.00 EUR


Attractive, 'Reichssportabzeichen DRL in Silber' (or: silver-class DRL sports'-badge) being a typical zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based example that is nicely maker- (ie. 'Wernstein - Jena'-) marked on its back

The attractive - and not that easily found! - silver-class DRL-sports'-badge is of the version with swastika that retains most (ie. all!) of its somewhat 'frosted', silver-coloured finish: it is, however, I deem minimally used- and/or worn as such and shows a neat (and still somewhat 'matted') age-patina. As stated above, is the badge nicely maker-marked: 'Wernstein/Jena' and bears the: 'DRGM'-text and/or number on its back as usually encountered. The badge - which comes naturally mounted onto its fully functional and unaltered pin- and/or pin-catch set-up in place - was I deem never cleaned nor polished and is just somewhat stained (ie. minimally tarnished) as can be seen on the pictures. Simply an attractive example of the (not that often seen!) silver-class and that is accordingly priced!

Code: 55256

SOLD


Attractive, 'Heeres-Flakkampf-Abzeichen' being a maker- (ie. R.S.-) marked- and/or zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based specimen as was produced by the maker (ie. 'Hersteller') named: 'Rudolf Souval'

This is an attractive - and actually scarcely encountered! - example of a so-called: 'Heeres-Flakkampf-Abzeichen' (or: army anti-aircraft war-badge) being a later-war-pattern (and clearly maker- ie. 'R.S.'-marked!) zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based specimen as was produced by the Austrian maker (ie. 'Hersteller') named: 'Rudolf Souval' and that comes in an overall very nice- (ie. I deem moderately used- and/or worn-), condition. The badge on offer here concerns a typical, later-war-period-, zinc- ie. 'Feinzink'-based specimen that has a silverish-grey-coloured finish and that has maintained an attractive appearance, still showing pronounced detail as to be expected. The badge has never been cleaned nor polished (and is still also a tiny bit dirty ie. stained- ie. tarnished as mentioned above). The badge comes naturally mounted onto its typically thin-shaped pin and retains a functional (and unaltered) catch (as can be seen on the pictures). As stated above, does it deal with a typical 'R.S.'-marked 'Heeres-Flakkampf-Abzeichen' that naturally shows all the details as to be expected for a badge by this particular maker. Simply a very nice and honest 'Heeres-Flakkampf-Abzeichen' that comes in an overall very nice condition: hard to upgrade this specimen!

Code: 55255

SOLD


'Standard-issue'-pattern - and aluminium-based - 'Polizei'- (ie. police) visor-cap eagle being a bright-silver-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example as was intended for usage on the various 'Polizei' (ie. police) visor-caps

This is an attractive example of a 'standard-issue'-pattern and/or typical aluminium-based, so-called: 'Polizei'-related visor-cap eagle (ie. 'Adler für Polizei-Schirmmütze') being a bright-silver-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example that was intended for usage on the various 'Polizei' (ie. police) visor-caps (ie. 'Schirmmützen') and that comes in an overall very nice- (I deem never used- nor cap-attached- ie. 'virtually mint- ie. unissued'-), condition. The detailed and cap-eagle is executed in bright-silver-coloured (ie. truly 'frosted') aluminium and retains both its two (copper-based) prongs (which were never bent and that are naturally still functional). The detail on the fairly 'frosted' piece is quite extraordinary: it just shows some minimal dust ie. tarnish simply caused by decades of storage only. Hard to find a more attractive example for a more interesting price!

Code: 55254

SOLD


Attractive - and actually fairly scarcely encountered! - so-called: 'Deutsches Reiterabzeichen der 2. Klasse (ie. 'in Silber') being a maker- (ie. 'L.Chr. Lauer'-) marked example that comes in a wonderful condition

This is an attractive - and actually not that easily encountered! - Third Reich-period, so-called: 'Deutsches Reiterabzeichen der 2. Klasse (ie. 'in Silber') being a neatly maker- (ie. 'L.Chr. Lauer'-) marked example that comes in an overall very nice- (and I deem only minimally used ie. worn-), condition. The neat - and detailed - award comes mounted onto its functional (and totally unaltered!) pin and/or catch(set-up). It is a nicely silver-coloured and/or pronounced specimen as was produced by the: 'L.Chr. Lauer' company as based in Nürnberg and/or Berlin (something that is of course also clearly shown on the back of the badge). The badge also shows a patent-pending-designation (that reads: 'Gesetzlich Geschützt' as can be seen of the pictures). The badge retains all of its silver-toned finish and was only moderately worn (but was certainly never cleaned nor polised). The piece is naturally a Third Reich- (ie. WWII-era) badge and not a 1957-version (something that is easily noticed by the presence of the capital 'R'-character as visible on the bottom of the badge). Simply an attractive example of this fairly scarcely encountered and decorative award that is accordingly priced!

Code: 55253

110.00 EUR


Early-period- and 'Buntmetall'-based, 'Polizei'- (ie. police) visor-cap eagle being a bright-silver-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example as was intended for usage on the various 'Polizei' (ie. police) visor-caps

This is an attractive example of an - I deem - early-period- and/or typical 'Buntmetall'-based-, so-called: 'Polizei'-related visor-cap eagle (ie. 'Adler für Polizei-Schirmmütze') being a bright-silver-coloured- and/or non-maker-marked example that was intended for usage on the various 'Polizei' (ie. police) visor-caps (ie. 'Schirmmützen') and that comes in an overall nice- (albeit moderately used- ie. most certainly once cap-attached-), condition. The detailed and multipiece-constructed cap-eagle is executed in bright-silver-coloured (ie. truly 'frosted') 'Buntmetall' and retains both its two (copper-based) prongs (which were once bent but which are naturally still functional). The detail on the fairly 'frosted' piece is quite extraordinary: it just shows some minimal dust ie. tarnish simply caused by decades of storage and/or fair wear. Hard to find a more attractive, early-period example for a more interesting price!

Code: 55252

Reserved


WH (Heeres- ie. Waffen-SS) so-called: 'Kraftfahrbewährungs-Abzeichen in Silber' (or: silver-class drivers' proficiency-badge) that comes mounted onto its piece of field-grey-coloured wool as most certainly issued- and/or minimally worn, condition

The neat - and most certainly very detailed! - arm-badge retains both its original (copper-based) prongs and also retains its period, metal-based 'back-plate' in place as is more often encountered: it was never cleaned and truly retains most (ie. all!) of its somewhat shiny (ie. 'Brennlack'-like) surface (as can be seen on the pictures). As stated above, was this nicely pronounced badge presumably issued and (I deem) minimally worn: it came period-mounted onto a (field-grey-coloured) piece of wool and retains truly all of its neat, silverish-toned- (albeit minimally tarnished) finish. The piece is, however, void of a 'backing-paper' (as more often) and came from a private-household and was never before part of a collection. Simply an attractive example of a WH (Heeres- ie. Waffen-SS) so-called: 'Kraftfahrbewährungs-Abzeichen in Silber'!

Code: 55251

Reserved


Attractive, 'hollow-back' 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or: silver infantry-assault badge ie. IAB) being a non-maker-marked example as executed in zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink') as was produced by the: 'Wilh. Deumer'-company

This is an attractive - and actually scarcely found! - example of an: 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or: silver-class infantry-assault badge ie. IAB) being a non-converse-shaped, 'hollow-back'-pattern and/or non-maker-marked example as was executed in (greyish-silver-toned) zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink') and that was produced by the desirable: 'Wilhelm Deumer'-company and that comes in an overall very nice- (I deem issued- and just moderately used- ie. worn-), condition. This example has a (typical) rectangular-shaped pin-set-up and typical catch (as only seen on IABs as produced by the 'Wilhelm Deumer'-company) and seems to be totally uncleaned and has still an attractive and/or somewhat 'tarnished' age-patina: most of its period-applied silver finish has been 'faded-away' (ie. 'migriert') over the years (as is more often the case). The pin and/or catch (ie. set-up-) are of course fully functional and present. The piece - which originates from a private-household where it was recently found - shows some moderate wear and/or staining but was with certainty never cleaned. It should be noted that IABs as produced by the 'Wilhelm Deumer'-company are quite difficult to encounter and are not often offered for sale. Simply a nice occasion to acquire a scarcely encountered 'IAB-variant' that was produced by the: 'Wilhelm Deumer'-company as based in the town of Lüdenscheid and that is priced according to its comparative rarity and/or desirability!

Code: 55250

160.00 EUR


Superb, WH (Kriegsmarine) 'combined' eagle- and/or cocarde-pin (being a detailed example as was intended for attachment to the darker-blue- ie. white-topped, so-called: KM-'Tellermützen')

This is a very attractive - and actually fairly scarcely encountered! - example of a WH (Kriegsmarine) so-called: 'combined' eagle- and/or cocarde-pin as was specifically intended for attachment to the blue- (ie. white-topped-) so-called: KM-'Tellermützen' and that comes in an overall very nice- (and I deem issued- albeit never worn- ie, 'virtually mint'-), condition. The piece on offer here is the so-called: 'two-pieced'-model, showing a bright-golden-toned, zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based eagle-device that is having a cocarde-device firmly attached. The piece is as stated above never worn and retains all of its bright-golden-toned finish (the piece has, moreover, never been cleaned and comes as found). The - non-maker marked - piece is minimally converse-shaped as more often encountered and comes of course mounted on its original, full-sized, pin. Simply a nice and/or fairly scarcely encountered naval replacement-piece!

Code: 55249

SOLD


Attractive, mid- (ie. later-) war-period, zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based version of a WH (Luftwaffe) 'Erdkampfabzeichen' as was produced by the: 'J.E. Hammer u. Söhne'-company and that comes in a minimally used- ie. worn, condition

This is a truly attractive - and I deem mid- (ie. later-) war-period - typical zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based version of a so-called: WH (Luftwaffe) 'Erdkampfabzeichen' (or: ground-combat badge) being a non-maker-marked example that was produced by the desirable maker (ie. 'Hersteller') named: 'J.E. Hammer u. Söhne' and having a 'separately', bright-silver-coloured eagle-device originally-attached and that comes in an overall very nice- (ie. issued and/or moderately used ie. worn-), condition. The neat and detailed badge comes naturally mounted onto its functional pin- and/or typical, 'J.E. Hammer'-type catch (ie. catch set-up). These mid- (ie. later-) war-period badges show a 'loose' and/or detailed bright-silver-coloured eagle-device attached. These zinc-based badges show, however, nice and/or pronounced detail overall. The badge truly retains all of its period finish but does show a minimally tarnished age-patina as is more often encountered. The badge can with certainty be attributed to the desirable maker: 'J.E. Hammer u. Söhne' based in the town of Geringswalde: the specific details on this badge naturally fully corroborate this. The piece was (I deem) never cleaned: the silver-coloured eagle-device also retains a very detailed appearance (as can be seen on the pictures). Simply a very attractive - and garuanteed original! - zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based by 'J.E. Hammer u. Söhne'-produced 'variant' of this desirable LW-war-badge!

Code: 55248

365.00 EUR


Attractive - and scarcely encountered! - 'Buntmetall'-based, 'HJ'- (ie. 'BDM'-) related so-called: 'Reichsberufswettkampf-Siegerabzeichen' (of the 2nd model) entitled: 'Gausieger 1939' and being a maker- (ie.: 'G. Brehmer'-) marked example

This is a truly attractive - and actually scarcely encountered! - 'HJ'- ('Hitlerjugend') ie. 'BDM'- ('Bund Deutscher Mädel') related, so-called: 'Reichsberufswettkampf-Siegerabzeichen' being a high-quality (ie. 'Buntmetall'-) based award (of the 2nd model) bearing the text: 'Gausieger 1939' and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit moderately worn- ie. used-), condition. The truly attractive badge is (as stated above) executed in high-quality, silvered metal (ie. 'Buntmetall'-) and is nicely maker-marked on its back with the makers'-designation: 'Gustav Brehmer - Marneukirchen' (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge comes in a moderately used- ie. worn condition and is truly totally void of any enamel-damage (as can be seen on the pictures). It is just a tiny bit tarnished ie. dusty caused by normal age and moderate wear (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge comes naturally mounted onto its (fully functional- and totally unaltered-) catch and/or functional pin- (ie. catch) attachment. The badge has a truly wonderful appearance and has never been cleaned nor polished: it comes as found. Simply an attractive - and truly scarcely seen! - high-quality-produced 'youth-related'-award that is priced according to its fully untouched and undamaged condition!

Code: 55247

600.00 EUR


Later-war-period, WH (KM typical zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based, so-called: 'U-Bootkriegsabzeichen' (or: U-boat war-badge) being a non-maker-marked example as was - I deem - produced by the: 'Funcke & Brünninghaus'-company

The attractive - and typical zinc- (ie. 'Feinzink'-) based - naval war-badge (ie. 'U-Bootkriegsabzeichen') is as stated above a non-maker-marked - and quite detailed and - I deem - later-war-period - example that comes in a moderately used- (albeit still nicely preserved-), condition. It is as such, a typical example that was - I deem - produced by the maker (ie. 'Hersteller'): 'Funcke & Brünninghaus' as was based in the town of Lüdenscheid. The piece has an attractive age-patina but has regrettably lost a fair bit of its golden-toned finish: only some remains are present (as can be seen on the pictures) The piece shows, however, still extraordinary detail and comes naturally mounted on its functional pin- and/or catch(-set-up) which are both fully unaltered and of course fully functional. The badge has I deem never been cleaned nor polished and is still a bit dirty ie. stained. Simply an attractive - and I deem with certainty fairly priced! - example of an: 'U-Bootkriegsabzeichen' that was procuced by the 'Funcke & Brünninghaus'-company!

Code: 55246

SOLD


Superb - albeit regrettably single! - (early-war-pattern) Waffen-SS enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstrap as piped in the white-coloured branchcolour as was intended for usage by a soldier who served within the: 'Waffen-SS Infanterie-Truppen'

This is a truly vattractive - and very desirable and nowadays scarcely found! - regrettably single (I deem early-war-period- ie. to be dated around 1941) Waffen-SS, enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstrap (ie. 'Schulterstück für Mannschaften der Waffen-SS') as piped in the white-coloured branchcolour as was specifically intended for usage by a soldier who served within the: 'Waffen-SS Infanterie-Truppen' and that comes in an overall very nice- (albeit moderately used- ie. worn-), condition. The shoulderstrap is constructed from the typical, field-grey-coloured- and 'smooth-type' wool and has (of course) the black-coloured 'upperdeck': it is in all facets a 'standard-issued- and early-war-pattern' strap. The shoulderstrap - which is approximately 10,6 cms. sized in length as more often encountered - shows the neat white- (ie. 'weisser'-) coloured branchcolour and/or typical 'silk-like'-type branchcolour ie. piping attached (as can be seen on the pictures). The strap comes naturally mounted onto its functional- (regular-sized- and typical 'early-war-pattern') tongue and just shows some minimal age, wear and/or staining, simply caused by moderate wear and/or age. It should be noted that almost every collector is looking for these white-piped, Waffen-SS EM-shoulderstraps but these are very hard to find and nowadays hardly ever offered for sale. The strap is totally void of damage and is as stated only moderately used ie. worn. It should be noted that these original, period Waffen-SS 'Infanterie'-shoulderstraps can easily be graded 'very scarce': even more so, when they are piped in the rarely encountered, white-coloured- (ie. 'SS-Infanterie-Truppen'-related-) branchcolour!

Code: 55245

SOLD